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  • ross1948 22:58 on February 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , soldiers persecuted to appease disloyals., Suicide of British vet, ,   

    Hounded To Death To Sate The Disloyal Curs… 

    Angry remonstrations with the UK Government must surely be the appropriate response to the wrenching report in the Telegraph,  of how ‘a soldier who was being investigated over his actions in Northern Ireland took his own life.’

    We were told these nonsense inquisitions were to be wrapped up, led to believe that no further hounding of British veterans would happen.

    The Government has promised to protect veterans from prosecution, but there has been concern over the length of time being taken to introduce any measures to safeguard

    Ending these witch-hunts has to go the top of the government’s agenda.


    Few if any decent British patriots see any point in paying heed to the whines from the shrillest elements in Ulster’s disloyal minority.

    Few if any decent Brits see any place for vindictive witch-hunts against ex-servicemen like the man who has committed suicide, or Soldier F.,  currently being readied for bear-bating in a UK court.

    The people allegedly ‘wronged’ by members of HM Forces in these old yarns are invariably Sinn Feiners or other good-for-nothings devoid of loyalty to Queen and Country.

    Why make good people’s lives a misery on their account?

  • ross1948 19:21 on December 23, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-Brexit unionists, , , Foyle, , , , soldiers persecuted to appease disloyals.   

    SDLP? Are They Really Any Different From Sinn Fein? 

    Well, I hope any anti-Brexit unionists in Foyle constituency who voted for that Colum  ‘I stand here as an Irish nationalist ‘ Eastwood, who was elected, are really, really pleased with themselves!

    No sooner did the SDLP ratbag get up on his feet in the Commons to make his maiden speech than he showed himself a true heir to the collabo tradition displayed par excellence by the late unlamented self-righteous disloyal SDLP leader John Hume, in our standard photo.


    Hume unashamedly shook the  gore-drenched hand of Blood-Beast Adams, posing along with the enemy head of government, Eire’s Albert Reynolds, as they proclaimed their ‘Pan-Nationalist’ solidarity, united in their illegitimate objective of having British Ulster annexed to Reynold’s republic.


    Dublin’s men, all, eager to live under the tricolour flag.

    And last week, what did the new MP for Foyle choose to rant about at Westminster?

    Yup, you guessed it, his key issue was the need to persevere with the vendetta against retired members of HM armed forces…

    Witch-Hunt Ban Depends On Talks With Terror Fans? 



    …men and women like ‘Soldier F,’ and every other veteran of the wars against savages.

    There’s been talk of Bojo’s new government doing the right thing, dropping the nonsense prosecutions of those whom May was prepared to see sacrificed on the altar of appeasement.

    As to that development, we must wait and see.

    But Eastwood clearly made that his priority concern, in order to rub in just how strong his commitment is to the enemy cause.

    The only actual difference between Sinn Fein/IRA and SDLP is the fact that, as far as I know, Eastwood’s party politicians have not gone out to bomb and kill innocent Brits in the sectarian cause.

    Oh, and they show up in the Commons – to offend patriots from the get-go!


  • ross1948 17:59 on December 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: HM Queen, , , soldiers persecuted to appease disloyals., ,   

    If Only May Had A Shred Of Trump’s Sense of Duty! 

    Of course the wife of a former Green Beret facing a murder charge for the ‘crime’ of taking out a Taliban terrorist is grateful to Donald Trump for his pledge to ‘review her husband’s case.’


    The President is after all the Commander in Chief and its not just his job but also his duty to pay heed to the welfare of his troops.

    In the UK, constitutionally, the situation is slightly different – Royal Pardons are ipso facto a prerogative of HM The Queen, she only exercises that prerogative on the advice of the elected government.

    If Theresa May was worth more than a hyena’s belch, she would long since have stepped into the witch-hunt being waged against British servicemen, or more precisely British ex-servicemen, being hounded for alleged ‘offences’ committed thirty years ago or more.



    We have looked at this before, this outrageous persecution, carried out to appease the vile disloyal minority in Ulster.

    But it’s not just here on our modest blog that indignation burns bright.

    END VETERANS WITCH-HUNT! MPs demand May halts ‘disgraceful’ Northern Ireland inquiries


    All four mentioned in that report were CLEARED years ago, and considering how many Sinn Fein scum were unleased by the Bad Friday Deal…



    Sinn Fein/IRA


    …free to walk the streets where they shed innocent blood, it’s an abomination that anyone who served Queen and Country should be hauled into court after all these years.

    Theresa May could stop the rotten nonsense right away, with a clear declaration that ANY of the witch-hunt victims convicted would AT ONCE get a pardon from Her Majesty.


    Image result for royal pardon

    Then it would be glaringly plain that continuing prosecution ( persecution) would be a waste of time and public money.

    Sadly, I doubt the current Tory leader will do the right thing. After all, a lot of us have been agitating about this for long enough.

    May! Don’t Offer Up The Soldier On Your Appeasement Altar! 


    The same assurance of instant pardons should be given for other servicemen and women being threatened by legal lice for ‘crimes’ committed in more recent wars – that Express report has more info on that aspect too.

    • Alicia 19:30 on December 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If only.
      But she is a spineless woman, or person, if that’s her preferred noun.


    • Billy King 21:21 on December 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How true your words are, Ross.
      Those men were investigated years ago and exonerated.
      May is like a curse on our country in every possible way.
      Keep up the good work.


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